Hot Dog City is another in-progress game from Ray Fix and Johnathan Godbolt which unfortunately met with the same fate as Zombie Birthday Cake. However, the soundtrack written by NESMETAL was too good to remain unheard, so here it is! Featuring a hot dog as the main character, the game was to be a fun, old-school style sidescroller, and much musical inspiration was taken from Ristar, Popful Mail and especially Sonic the Hedgehog. "The bass lines in the old Sonic soundtracks have always... ( 1 reviews )
Early advertising film made by the Edison Mfg. Co. Copied at 21fps from a 35mm print preserved by the Library of Congress. Part of the AFI/Keane State College Collection. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: advertising
Solo Piano Recordings of Karl Westerberg, including (so far) works by Brahms, Clementi, Mozart, Satie, Schubert, and Tcherepnin (added 2/9/08). ( 1 reviews ) Topics: classical music, piano, Karl Westerberg
This is the first film ever copywrited (1894) and is only 48 frames long. It's a shot of Edison labratory worker Fred Ott performing his comic sneeze. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: stock footage, sneeze, fred ott, thomas edison company
Another CBS Television Network ID from 1951. **Due to some idiots who claim copyright on PD things, I cannot upload the show this is from** ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, CBS Television Network, ID, Retro, 50's, 1950's, Fifties
"Zombie Birthday Cake actually started off as a funny thought between two guys (Ray Fix and Johnathan Godbolt) who wanted to make an "old school" sidescrolling action game about zombies - think Resident Evil mixed with the original Castlevania and Ninja Gaiden series. We wanted it to be pretty violent, as action packed as a 2D title could be, and have our friends in it as both main and supporting characters. Sadly though, a year and a half into production, the game went on... ( 1 reviews )
This is Clip 9 from the Nineteenth Archive release of our stock footage. This clip is for the dog lovers out there. This is a Green Chroma Key shot of a large German Shepard. Just make your own card using this original. This simple footage is for creating Chroma Key video. This footage is from my personal collection. I have tried to organize these clips with titles and countdowns so they are easier to use. COMMENT: I am releasing these Stock footage Clips for free so that editors who can't... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Bridgewater Video, Stock footage, BTV AVI Stock Footage, AVI Stock Footage, Stock Footage...
This 1920 silent film was made by Kenneth Brampton, who wrote, produced, directed and starred in it. The story concerns a real life bushranger (outlaw) named Captain Starlight, who became a national hero (like Ned Kelly). It is based on a classic Australian novel by Rolf Boldrewood (the pen name of Thomas Browne). This was the third film of the novel. The first, directed by Charles McMahon, was an early feature film made shortly after "The Story of the Kely Gang". The second was made... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Bushrangers, Western, Australia, Kenneth Brampton
Jim Michmerhuizen has released these works in MIDI form on his website. Here, I have converted them to MP3 format. It should be noted that there are MP3's available on theBachWorks. The files presented here are encodings by me (Mike Hart) and do not represent the much finer quality of music available on the Bachworks in MP3 or CD form. Please visit The license page for details about licensing. If you want to hear these works as they were originally intended, please visit the theBachWorks.com. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classical, organ, Jim Michmerhuizen, Johann Sebastian Bach, The Little Organ Book
Skaters frolic on the lake in Central Park, New York City, in the midst of a snowstorm. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: stock footage, historic, recreation, ice skating, Central Park, New York City, Winter, snow, ice,...
Operation British is my first chiptune album. It covers a large range of Gundam themes songs, from the original series to some more recent. For the most part it sticks to the Universal Century shows, with a few alternate universe tunes thrown in. There's a few extra songs to round it out (basically get it over 30 minutes) from other series I enjoyed. It was actually started just after Magfest 5 and slowly worked on in between other projects/life. It's a combination of NES and SNES sounds and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Chiptune, Gundam, videogame music
Shooting the chutes at Coney Island, New York, in 1896. From a paper print in the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Stock footage, standard 4:3, historic, 1896, amusement park, coney island, chutes, Thomas Edison
From the softer side of Scrap Heap comes this record-settingly short album -- mostly happy synthstrumentals made out of basic waveforms, with the occasional dissonance just to remind you that yes, this is indeed a Scrap Heap album you're listening to. In general, these songs emphasize composition over instrumentation and effects, with complex harmonies and some unusual time signatures. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, Synthstrumental, Love, Weird time signatures